Dungeon Stars Launching on Nintendo Switch February 19

Published: February 15, 2019 4:07 PM /


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Today, Riposte Games & Co and Furnace Games announced that its hack n' slash dungeon crawler Dungeon Stars will launch on the Nintendo Switch on February 19th at $4.99.

Dungeon Stars, originally available on the PC, is a dungeon crawler RPG and endless runner that allows players to find magical loot such as gold and potions as try to locate all of the missing stars from the sky and return them to where they belong.


We really wanted to make the game super accessible for fans of all ages and there's no better platform to accomplish that on than the Nintendo Switch. We're taking full advantage of the Switch by allowing players to use both the controllers and the touchscreen for a truly innovative dungeon-crawling experience," said Johan Eile, CEO of Riposte Games & Co.
Dungeon Stars will allow players to unlock over 15 heroes with unique abilities, face hordes of different monsters and bosses, liberate pet companions that will fight at the player's side in battle, discover portals to secret dungeons with rare treasures, and fight through hundreds of different levels.

Dungeon Stars is available for pre-order now at $4.99 and will launch on February 19 on the Nintendo Switch.

Quick Take:

This game doesn't look like much, but for $4.99 I am cautiously interested. If the reviews and performance are good, I could see myself picking this up for a casual experience. I'm not sure if it will be a good title, though, as most mobile ports are either badly optimized or just boring/dull games to begin with. We don't have to wait for long, though, as we'll find out on Tuesday whether Dungeon Stars is a good fit for the Nintendo Switch or not.

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